Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Calls 'This Entire Process UnAmerican' While Questioning Robert MuellerSpecial counsel Robert Mueller testified before two different congressional committees and reiterated two points.
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler & Delaware Rep. Introduce Clean Slate Legislation For Nonviolent Drug CrimesA Pittsburgh-area congressman wants to go nationwide with a "Clean Slate" bill, like the one Pennsylvania passed last year.
Navy Veteran, Business Owner To Vie For Open Pa. Senate SeatA Navy veteran and former Veterans Affairs official will compete with an information technology consulting firm owner for an open state Senate seat in suburban Pittsburgh.
Special Election Set For April To Fill Vacancy In Pa. SenateVoters in southwestern Pennsylvania will fill a vacancy in the state Senate in a special election on April 2.
Republican Guy Reschenthaler Beats Democrat Bibiana Boerio In Pa. 14th Congressional DistrictRepublican Guy Reschenthaler has won election to the U.S. House in Pennsylvania's 14th congressional district.
Saccone Loses Again, Concedes To Reschenthaler In GOP Primary U.S. House RaceRepublican state Rep. Rick Saccone is now zero-for-two in his campaigns for the US House in Pennsylvania this year.
Saccone Gets A Second Chance, But Faces Opposition Both In And Outside PartyIt's not often in politics you get a second chance, but that's exactly what Republican PA Rep. Rick Saccone has.
Saccone Says Reschenthaler's Attack Is Just Sour GrapesPA Rep. Rick Saccone says his fellow Republican PA Sen. Guy Reschenthaler's attack on him is disappointing.
Reschenthaler Proposes Bill Prohibiting Sale Of Animals From Puppy MillsPennsylvania may be following in California’s footsteps by prohibiting the sale of animals from puppy mills.
Reschenthaler Calls Saccone An 'Embarrassment' To GOP In May Primary Battle For CongressPa. Sen. Guy Reschenthaler is taking on Rick Saccone, who lost to Conor Lamb, in a new district that includes counties Saccone won, like Washington, Greene, Westmoreland to which Fayette County has been added.
Lawmakers Meet With Students Who Wrote Letters Instead Of Walking Out Of SchoolStudents who wrote letters to their state lawmakers instead of walking out on Wednesday got to spend their morning asking them questions.